This pizza job would be a great application for Xgen coating. I would clean with a good degreaser with an extractor/turbo. Color seal the joints and then apply Xgen. It will prevent the floor from getting dirty and keep the grout joints clean and nice
looking if they clean the floors properly. Have you been to Xgen training yet? It will provide them with a better slip resistance as well. Doug and Debbie can help with this- below is a recent before and after pic we complete at Churchill downs!
- Kyle Wuchterl
Looks too me like they are cleaning with a dirty greasy mop and the letting the floor dry. If it is procellian clean with a spinner using a mild acid base cleaner
or a good degreaser if you do not have one and have to use a swing machine nylon brush or a pad and scrub the grout by hand. I do not see a reason to seal it once it's clean since a sealer will not held it stay clean in the future since it won't make the
dirt jump off. I don't know what color the grout is but by looking at baseboards they also look to be black all the way up not just where a mop hits. After you get it clean you need top educate the customer on proper cleaning or get them on a maintenance
Good luck, Bill Selik
Gourmet Stone Care
That wouldn't reach deep inside the grout, I would use a brush instead of pad.
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> I am bidding on a pizza shop floor is 2 years old never been sealed, they want clean and sealed, I believe it is porcelain, would a buffer and black pad or green pad work ok ?
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